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2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Winter 2018 Quarterly Announcements


Life University Announcements Winter 2018

Welcome to the Winter 2018 Quarterly Announcements

What’s New? Effective this quarter, Quarterly Announcements will be made here that contain quarter-specific information. The Academic Quarterly is no longer being published. Please view the Academic Catalog and/or the Student Handbook for additional information on the below areas.

COURSE LISTINGS ARE NOW AVAILABLE ON LIFE’S SELF-SERVICE PORTAL: EAGLENET

 

Important Dates to Remember!  

 

General LIFE Announcements


University Advisement Announcements

In efforts to serve you better, the following changes have been made to University Advisement. These changes have expanded the scope of the University Advisement program and improved the process for developing a meaningful educational plan that supports your successful journey to graduation and contributes to your career success and life fulfillment goals.  

Academic advising will be a highly individualized, student-centered approach with a priority to provide personalized attention to each student. The improved approach includes the new student planning software in EagleNet that you will use for building your academic plan and registering for approved courses, and a continuous collaborative process with your advisor for clarification, assessment, and monitoring your academic progression.  

College of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies (CGUS)
Undergraduate

The following undergraduate students will be advised by Undergraduate Specialized Professional Advisors (SPA):

  • Provisional Students
  • Athletes
  • Students on Academic Performance Contract
  • International students
  • Pre-DC Students

The following students will be advised by Undergraduate Progressive Advisement for Student Success (PASS) Advisors for three (3) quarters:

  • First time college Freshmen
  • Transfer students with less than 90 credit hours applied to their major

The following students will be advised by Undergraduate PASS Advisors for one (1) quarter:

  • Transfer students with 90-134 credit hours applied to their major

The following students will be advised by program Faculty Advisors for the remainder of their degree plan:

  • Transfer students with 135+ credit hours applied to their major
  • Students who have completed three (3) quarters with a PASS Advisor
  • Chiropractic students transferring into an Undergraduate program 
Graduate

Graduate students will be advised by program Faculty Advisors initially and through completion of the degree plan:

College of Chiropractic

The following students will be advised by Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) Specialized Professional Advisors (SPA):

  • Transfer students from another chiropractic/health profession college
  • Students on Academic Performance Contract
  • Previously dismissed students
  • Students that will need to restart the program

The following students will be advised by PASS Advisors for five (5) quarters:

  • Students who have successfully completed their requirements for entry into the DC program
Student Preparation for Advisement

All students should do the following PRIOR to advisement:

  • Log on to EagleNet
    • to see assigned advisor and schedule an advising appointment
    • to EagleNet to view student holds
    • to EagleNet to view “My Progress” tab
    • to EagleNet click on “Register & Plan Courses” tab to plan courses before advisement 

All students should do the following AFTER advisement:

  • Log on to EagleNet to complete and confirm registration after advisement hold is removed

Payment Due Information to all Students


For Winter Quarter 2018 payment is due by Sunday January 21, 2018. Dis-enrollment by the Registrar’s office will be effective January 22, 2018 . If you have any questions or concerns, contact the Student Accounts office.

Payment of “Commons” Rent. Payment for resident’s rent at Life University’s “Commons” is due and payable on the first day of each month. Failure to pay your rent for more than 5 days will result in the assessment of a $50.00 late charge. 

Acceptable Forms of Payment . Payment in full can be accomplished in one of three ways:

  1. Confirmed financial aid (loans, grants, and scholarships)*
  2. Credit Cards and checks via online through EagleNet
  3. “FACTS” E-cashiers Tuition Management Payment Plan (Visit the Student Accounts website for further information)

Neither Your Diploma nor your Transcript will be released until all financial obligations to the University have been met. 

Winter Quarter Financial Aid Disbursement Procedures


Direct Deposit. Life University is pleased to provide direct deposit for all living expense disbursements. To have your monies deposited directly into your U.S. bank account, visit EagleNet to enroll.

Disbursement Policy. 18/WI Qtr. initial disbursements for Direct Loans, Perkins Loan, Pell Grant, GTEG, and SEOG will begin in the first week of classes January 8, 2018.

Life University will release living expense refunds to students only after verifying student’s attendance status and making sure no financial or academic holds are on their records. Students must be enrolled in courses counting towards their degree to be reviewed for aid eligibility. Federal aid cannot be awarded for courses that do not count toward the degree. 

All unpaid tuition/fees and other University debts (such as but not limited to lab fees, institutional charges, and “The Commons” housing) are deducted from students’ financial aid before disbursement. 

The disbursement for HOPE Scholarship and all other scholarships for Winter Quarter 2018 will occur during the 2nd week of the quarter, provided funds are available. Only students who have submitted all the necessary paperwork will have their disbursement available during this time frame.

Please remember that in order to qualify for Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant GTEG you must be enrolled UG full-time (12 hours or more) as of January 15, 2018 for Winter Quarter. In addition, to qualify for a full-time HOPE award you must be enrolled UG full-time as of January 15, 2018, otherwise, you will receive a part-time (6-11 hours) HOPE award. 

Living Expense Refund. Direct Deposits will be made when all proceeds have been received and all eligibility requirements for Financial Aid programs have been met, and in accordance with Federal Regulations related to Title IV funds which are: 

  • No later than 14 days after the first day of class if Federal funds are credited on or before the first day of class. OR
  • No later than 14 days after the credit balance occurred if the funds were credited after classes began.

You will receive your living expense refund on or after January 8, 2018

  • If you are making Satisfactory Academic Progress (as defined by the Financial Aid office), and
  • Your aid proceeds have been disbursed to Life University. 

However, if you receive a living expense refund before January 8, 2018 and drop hours the week of January 8, 2018, you may be over-awarded on your financial aid eligibility. Federal Regulations require that the Office of Financial Aid notify the Office of Student Accounts to send back the amount of your aid, if any, you are not eligible to receive, due to the drop in hours. (See Disbursement Policy above

Your refund may be delayed if you filed your Financial Aid forms late, or they are incomplete. 

Drop Refund Calculations for Winter 2018


Life University’s College of Chiropractic & College of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies

Full Quarter Courses

Dates     Refund %
On or before   Jan 12 100%
Jan 13 to Jan 19 90%
Jan 20 to Jan 26 50%
Jan 27 to Feb 16 25%
Feb 17 to Mar 24 0%

First 5-week Courses

Dates     Refund %
On or before   Jan 12 100%
Jan 13 to Jan 19 90%
Jan 20 to Jan 26 50%
Jan 27 to Feb 2 25%
Feb 3 to Feb 13 0%

Second 5-week Courses

Dates     Refund %
On or before   Feb 20 100%
Feb 21 to Feb 23 90%
Feb 24 to Mar 2 50%
Mar 3 to Mar 9 25%
Mar 10 to Mar 24 0%

However, even if your Financial Aid has been received prior to dropping classes, it will have to be re-evaluated to determine eligibility and amount.

Graduation Information


Please click on the following links for graduation information: 

Registration


To register for classes visit 

Please visit the Registrar’s web page for more information on the following:

  • Official Document Holds
  • Transcripts and Transcript Releases
  • Registration and Procedures
  • Guidelines for Registration
  • Enrollment Verification

Pre-Registration Time Summary

Priority Pre Registration for GR and UG begins Saturday, November 19, 2017 and ends Monday, November 20, 2017 at 7am.

Priority Pre Registration for DC begins Saturday, November 25, 2017 and ends Monday, November 27, 2017 at 7am. 

DC students: Assigned preregistration starts Monday, November 27, 2017.

To view your DC, Graduate, or Undergraduate Pre Registration time, please login to EagleNet.

Preregistration for all programs ends on Sunday, December 10, 2017, at 11:59pm.

Registration for current and returning students will open on Monday, December 11, 2017 at 8am and will remain open until Friday, January 12, 2018, 11:59pm.

College of Graduate & Undergraduate Studies Announcements


Final Exam Schedules for Winter 2018

**IMPORTANT: Due to the inclement weather delayed opening, all CGUS finals that were scheduled for Monday 12/11/17 from 9-11am will be rescheduled for Wednesday 12/13/17 from 9-11am.  [Updated on 12/11/17]

Department of Nutrition: UG Final Exam Schedule  

Department of Nutrition: MS Final Exam Schedule  

Natural Sciences & Mathematics: Final Exam Schedule  

Positive Human Development & Social Change: Final Exam Schedule  

Department of Sport Health Science: UG Final Exam Schedule  

 Pre-Registration

Graduate and Undergraduate Students: Pre-registration begins Monday, November 20, 2017.  Pre-registration times are assigned by earned institutional credits.  Please log into EagleNet to view your scheduled pre-registration time.

Online Course- CIM 102

Students attempting to take the online format of CIM 102  must possess their own computer meeting certain hardware and software standards. A Computer Verification Form is available at BUSINESS.LIFE.EDU which provides the requirements. This form MUST be submitted at a Day 1 Orientation Meeting in Room 234, at 3PM in order to be eligible for registration which will be on a “first come; first serve” basis.  No late registrations will be allowed. This meeting and form does NOT apply to students taking the traditional in-seat format of CIM 101  in the labs.

College of Chiropractic Announcements


Final Exam Schedule for Fall 2017

Doctor of Chiropractic Final Exam Schedule  

*UPDATED 12/11/17 to Reflect Delayed Campus Opening on 12/11/17: Updated Doctor of Chiropractic Final Exam Schedule Fall 2017  

NBCE Information

Life University Requirements/Rules for Certification of National Board Eligibility   

Upcoming NBCE Application Deadlines & Administration Dates

NBCE Parts I, II, III and Physiotherapy

Part IV

For further information regarding NBCE testing please visit MyNBCE.org.

Pre-Registration Schedule for Doctor of Chiropractic Program

Pre-Registration for DC students begins on Monday, November 27, 2017.  Pre registration is assigned by the number of completed institutional credits.  Please login to EagleNet to view your scheduled pre registration time.

Clinic Announcements

For information on Level I, Level II, and Level III (PEAK and Outreach) please visit the PEAK Intern Handbook and the Outreach Intern Handbook located on Blackboard. 

Previous Quarterlies

Fall 2017

Summer 2017